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Apple Pro Training Series: Optimizing Your Final Cut Pro System: A Technical Guide to Real-World Post-Production by Adam Wilt, Charles Roberts, Matthew Geller, Sean Cullen

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Chapter 14. Integrating FCP Systems into Networks

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This lesson takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.

Goals

Understand the nature of Mac file formats, including HFS, the Finder’s metadata layer, and dual forked files

 

Learn the differences between Mac and Windows servers, and how to connect to them

 

Encode files for proper Internet travel as email attachments or FTP transfers

 

Learn how to interchange media files with other proprietary post-production systems

A typical post-production facility is an amalgam of various creative people, processes, media formats, computer systems, and software. So it’s important that your Mac running Final Cut Pro interfaces properly with the rest of this digital world.

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